tori no ichi (rake fair) festival at the local shrine, which I also posted about last year. It's a day when the usually quiet shrine is crowded with people and the streets around the shrine are lined with stalls selling all manner of things to eat.
Top row (L-R): row of stalls selling the good luck rakes (kumade), mixing shichimi ('seven spice'), selling obanyaki- similar to pancake dough with various fillings. Traditionally it's azuki (red beans) but nowadays you can have chocolate or cheese or various other flavours too.
Middle row (L-R): making okonomiyaki, roasting salted fish, and the less traditional but now standard fare at these things.. chocolate covered bananas.
Bottom row (L-R): making takoyaki (octopus balls), a street-side izakaya, and a random street shot.